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to introduce one of our shining stars at spring valley, our second great teacher, ms. jennifer man. jennifer has taught at spring valley 18 years. she doesn't look like she's taught there for 18 years but she's had. she started there. that was her first teaching assignment and stayed there sin. that speaks to i think the quality of teachers there at the school. when you first meet jennifer you would think that she's shy but within that quiet demeanor beats the heart of a passionate educator. her passion shines through when she teaches. she reaches out to all her students no matter what level they may be. she often goes the extra mile to help them by sacrificing her own time to tutor them after school. her passion radiates when she works with her leagues. she's always willing to help, either planning a lesson with a fellow teacher, coordinating schoolwide events or assisting the school secretary when she's busy with phone calls. jennifer is the type of person who will never refuse you if you ask her for help. and she helps you without ever asking for anything in return. her passion for teachi
to jennifer. jennifer is an accounting supervisor in our finance accounting division and has been with the agency for five years. she is being recognized today for her outstanding performance in completing the analysis of the m.t.a.'s 20 bank accounts with the bank of america. she was able to determine if banking services were needed in her review and the closeout of unnecessary accounts. she consolidated accounts resulting in the reduction of our bank fees. in addition, as part of the proposition 8 mandated chart of accounts and budget restructuring project, jennifer worked tirelessly in detailed analysis of several special revenue funds that were repeeled with many challenges, she was able to successfully complete this project timely and close out the fund balances of these accounts. our director of finance is here to present the award to jennifer. >> thank you, mr. ford. good afternoon, everybody. i'm honored to be here to present this award to jennifer. jennifer is a new mom. and so she's very busy with that effort. but she also was given a chance to move ton another departmen
jennifer that would change everything. >> she said, hey kristin, i've been thinking, i've talked to my husband, we've been praying about it and she said i want to carry a babe for,. >> reporter: she couldn't believe what she was hearing. >> i said i got to talk to my husband. i hung up i went upstairs and i said you would not believe what just happened. i told him that night and we're like it feels right. >> reporter: it feels reich because kristin and jennifer had been through everything together. they grew up sharing special moments. jennifer a mother herself was offering to be kristin's gestational carrier. >> that's when someone will carry a pregnancy for a woman who cannot do it herself. kristin's doctor says it was a perfect fit. >> she was young she had good eggs we were able to do in vitro fertilization on kristin and place an embryo into her best friend. >> reporter: a baby is on the way for kristin and her husband. they are expecting in february. >> when that child is here aim going to love that child so much more because this valley that we've gone through this long j
into adoption until they she got a call from her best friend jennifer that would change everything. >> she said, hey, kristin. i've talked to my husband. we've been praying about it. she said, i really want to carry a baby for you. >> reporter: kristin didn't believe what she was hearing. >> i have to talk to my husband. that's how we left it. we hung up. i went upstairs right away. i was like, you will not believe what just happened. i told him that night. we were like this feels right. >> reporter: it felt so right because kristin and jennifer had been through everything together. they had been friends since 7 playing how and growing up sharing special moments. jennifer was offering to be her gestational carrier, carrying a pregnancy for a woman who can't do it herself. her doctor says it was a perfect fit. >> she was young and had good eggs. we were able to do in vitro on kristin and then place one embryo into her best friend as her gestational carrier. >> a baby is now on the way for kristin and her husband, they are expecting in february. >> i'm going to love that child so much more becaus
click on prep player of theú week. now here is jeff barnd and jennifer gilbert with the "late edition". >> a body discovered after aú fire. -> to know that she is gone, you know, is just tragic. may be hiding a crime. >> we realize this accident would offend muslims. >> small church createssa controversy. why thh top general in afghanistan is calling on a pastor to cancel his weekend plan. >> men, and their memory. why we may have an excuse now for forgetting things. >> aad simon cowell's change of plans. how it could affect american tv. >> livv in high definition, from gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. fatal fire in howard county leaves one woman dead and 1 man with serious injuries. neighbor reported the fire in columbia. karen parks stands by live at the treover condominiums where five families were isplaced now. karen? >> jennifer and jeff, detectives are still here at the scene, that they are now calling a crimm scene. investigators don't know what, or who, left the young woman injured. but say it was not the fire. firefighters were called to -round 2:45 this afternoon t
jennifer johnson. you can continue the conversation off line. >> my name is jennifer johnson, i am a deputy public defender. i represent 100 seriously mentally ill clients in our behavior and held court. i have been part of the program since the planning stages. i have seen the evolution of the program. most of mcclintock felony charges and a freezing state prison. about 75 -- most of my clients have felony charges and are facing state prison. all of my clients are in behavioral health court and in the criminal justice system because of an treated mental illness. if they had been treated, have access to proper treatment in the community, they would not be in the jail. is that simple. -- it is that simple. this is not a problem that is going to get better. it is a problem that is likely to get worse. the state prison system is overcrowded. it is releasing people back to the streets. there has been a change in the law. people in state prisoner serving less time. there are a huge number of people in state prison who have a major mental illness. they will be on our streets. this problem is seri
to touch on base with what was said, especially some of the things that jennifer johnson said, who is my attorney. some of the things that were sitting here tonight are some of the things that i have received. the money threatening to be cut because of the money or whatever. nearby had not had access, -- if i had not had access, i would not be standing here today. i was diagnosed as a schizophrenic, and with long- term treatment, i was able to make some drastic changes in my life. i am able to obtain and hold a job at this point. there have been times where i did not have a clue where to get treatment at because i did not know where it was available, and that is what is happening now. people do not know where to get it. if it had not been for the health corp., i would truly be shepherded into the system -- if it had not been for the health court. those places and things are needed, desperately, because if i had not been able to go to one to deal with both my addictions, the mental health and my drug addiction, that i do not know where i would be. i would probably be in prison somewhere.
'm jennifer gilbert. >>> a group of u.s. senators plans to investigate thh underreeorting of rape cases in city as cross the country. >> crime reporter joy lepola be brought up. statistics could >> reporter: jeff an jennifer, it's clear that regardless of being called to testify,imore is concerns about rape are going unreported in the city and thatú will most likely be brought up in washington, d.c. next tuesday when members of the senate crime and drug subcommittee hold theii hearing. now this comes as battte is spear heading an audit of unfounded rape cases. >> we want to make sure that every case is treated withhthe seriousness that it deserves. there is the question as to whether the police, the local3 police, are treating the victims as victims or whether they are looking for ways not to pursue a case. >> reporter::a sppkesman with oneefrom baltimore has been called to testify. local rape advocates, however, tell me they will likely be there to observe tuesday's proceedingg. joy lepola, fox 45 news at 5:30. >>> new information tonight in the investigation of a body found after a f
of a woman's body and a man seriously injured. jennifer franciotti? no. ok. the story, the man found inside the apartment was tan to shock trauma suffering from serious injuries. jennifer? >> the fire broke out before 3:00 tuesday afternoon on colombia. when firefighters arrived they found the body of a woman inside and a seriously-injured man. we don't think the injuries or the death of this woman were caused by the fire. looks like another cause. >> investigators say it's unclear whether a domestic dispute or a third party is to blame. >> it's shocking and heartbreaking. this woman has four beautiful children. >> friends say the couple in their 30's was raising two girls and two boice ranging from 6 to 17. >> all of them are very good kids. well mannered. well behaved. i wish i had the space. i'd take them in myself. because she was an k3e7pingsnal mom to those kids. and to know that those kids' mom is gone now is heart-wrenching. it's very heart-wrenching. >> neighbors tell 11 news the two youngest children walked home from school to meet their mom and instead found their building corden
. karen? >> jennifer and jeff, detectives are still here at the scene, that they are now calling a crimm scene. investigators don't know what, or who, left the young woman injured. but say it was not the fire. firefighters were called to -round 2:45 this afternoon to the treover condominiums, along majors road in columbia. when they arrived, they foundú the dead body of a woman believed to be in her 30s, ann a man also believed to be in his 30s, seriously injured. >> what we believe aa this time, is that both of them were injured, not as a esult of tte injuuies. >> to know that she is develop, you know, is just tragic. tragic. >> no one else was injured. and no other condd was damaged. however, five families have beeú displaced. no word when they would be reporting live in columbia. karen parks, fox 45 news "late edition"" >> all right karen. baltimore county school was evacuated this morning because of a gas odor. students in rosedale sent home early. emergency crews determined the odor was spreeding through sewers. parents got nervous when hazmat crees arrived. >> panic. when you se
and another seriously injured in howard county. >> jennifer franciotti is live at shock trauma this morning with details on the story. >> good morning. the man who was seriously injured was taken here to shock trauma, but police believe whatever happened to him happened before the fire broke out. the fire broke out before 3:00, tuesday afternoon. when firefighters roifed they found the body of a woman inside and a seriously injured man. >> we don't think the injuries were the death of the woman were caused by the fire. >> investigators say it's unclear whether a domestic dispute or a third party is to blame. >> it's shocking and heartbreaking. this woman had four children. >> friends say the couple in their 30's was raising two girls and two boys who range in age from 6-17. >> all of them are very good kids. well-manner. well-behaved. i wish i had the space. i'd take them in myself. because she was an exceptional mom to those kids, and to know those kids' mom is gone now is just heart-wrenching. it's very heart-wrenching. >> neighbors tell lose throughs two youngest children walked home fro
you don't have to worry about these days? dr. jennifer ashton is here to tell us what we need to know, what to do about it this morning. we'll take care of those fears. first, we want to get to this incredible story of bravery. this past sunday a man's car burst into flames in northwest georgia. dan gloth would have died if not for some dedicated police officers. we're going to speak exclusively with dan and two heroes who saved him this morning. first, jeff glor with more on the story of that rescue. jeff? >> erica, those police officers are being called heroes this morning. when you see the video, you will see why. the dash cam video says 5:11 a.m. moments before sheriff's deputy chad phillips arrived at the scene of a horrifying accident. >> when i first arrived the flames were probably six, seven foot high. >> reporter: 56-year-old dan gloth was trapped inside his burning car. worried he'd never see his daughters again. his car filled with black smoke, making it impossible to see or breathe. he couldn't kick out the windows. what gloth didn't know was that deputy phillips, two oth
in 2009. that is a lot of contact that should not be occurring at all. jennifer will be talking about the behavioral health court. as an aside to that, for people who are mentally ill and participating in the behavioral health corporation, they already have to wait between four and eight weeks for community placement. they're just sitting in jail waiting for a place to go. they're waiting for treatment. the cuts in community programs are starting to make this worse. that is all that i had to say. >> do we have any questions? yes, mr. martin. >> you are getting the overflow? >> we treat people who come into the jail and are referred for mental health care. >> the doctor described the bottleneck at san francisco general. i take it you are getting a much increased flow of people into the jail? >> yes. >>
security correspondent jennifer griffin reports the soldiers still on the ground may not have noticed much of a change. >> two u.s. soldiers were killed in northern iraq today by a gunman wearing an iraqi military. just another example of combat in iraq is far from over. in downtown baghdad on sunday, when six suicide bombers burst in iraqi army headquarters killing 12, wounding 36. two u.s. soldiers took part in the combat helping to kill the attackers. >> tonight, i am announcing that the american combat mission in iraq has ended. operation iraqi freedom is over. the iraqi people now have lead responsibility for the security of their country. >> the president stopped short of saying mission accomplished in the oval office last tuesday. the promise to end combat operations was one made on the campaign trail. reiterated in front of marines at camp lejeune, north carolina, a month after he took office. >> let me say this as plainly as i can. by august 31, 2010, our combat mission in iraq will end. >> two months before the mid-term election. >> august 31 was fairly arbitrary. the idea was it
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she got a phone call from her best friend jennifer that would change everything. >> she said hey, kristen, i've been thinking, i've talked to my husband, we've been praying about it and she said i really want to carry a baby for you. >> reporter: kristen couldn't believe what she was hearing. >> i said i have to talk to my husband. i went upstairs right away and you will not believe what just happened. i told him, that night we were kind of like this feels right. >> reporter: it felt right because kristen had been through everything together. they'd been friends since they were 7 playing house and growing up sharing special moments. jennifer, a mother herself was offering to be kristen's gestational carrier. that's when someone will carry a woman for pregnancy when a woman can't do it herself. the doctor said it was a perfect fit. >> she was young and had good eggs and we were able to place one embryo ointo her best friend. >> reporter: a baby is now on the way for kristen and her husband. they're expecting in february. >> when that child is here, i'm going to love that child so
in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, his is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. tomorrow two doctors will fight to gee back their license to practice medicine. >> they were apparently involved ii an abortion, that crossed state lines. and ended with a young woman being flown to shock trauma. >> john rydell tells us tonight police have uncovered very disturbing evidence in this particular case. >> on main street in elkton, most folks know the lawyers and family doctors. but few knew much aaout this unmarked abortion clinic. until now. >> i was shocked. i wonder how many underage victims have been involved. >> police saa their probe began when a man and woman dressed in hospital scrubs showed up at the er of union hospital. >> a injured female brought into the hospital in a private vehicle by two doctors. she had injjries unknown to them. >> police learned the 18-year-old woman had initially sought an abortion in vorhees3 new jersey but the doctor had theewoman transported by car to cecil county to complete the procedure. but her co
for the city and county of sentences. special thanks go out to drdr. quanbeck, jennifer friedenbach, thomas jefferson, annette robinson, pam fisher, fred martin, dr. jones, susan mcintyre, virginia wright, tom purvixs, officer dunn. i like to thank you all for participating in this very special hearing. i would like to make sure that the things said this evening reached the ears of those in office at this moment. those who control the purse strings, those who make the decisions to make these cuts. we let you hear from firsthand responders, from those who are on the ground, from those professionals who have experience dealing with those in crisis. we've heard from the public this evening, passionate testimony regarding help services help out and why we need to continue with services. with that, i would like to thank you all for coming. again, we have openings on the mental health board. i hope you will grab some of our fliers and get in touch with our staff to explore the possibility of being able to sit here and make changes have been -- happen. the mental health board has done fantastic th
and the monitoring -- and monitoring is affected, and we engage outside experts to do that. governance -- jennifer mentioned that. when we purchased our hospital a year ago, the first board meeting, the first action item was what is the compliance plan going to be for this year and you will be back here in six months to tell us how you're doing. with that kind of support from the board, it can be very effective. our university is governed by a board of trustees and our board of trustees received a regular report directly from the chief compliance officer has to our self monitoring and our activities and our findings. patients -- i want to describe something we established early on with sanctions. if you do not apply sanctions, it will be an ineffective program. i am proud to say that it is the health side of that are in big is the most frequent calls. we get reports that are sent to us research interests and, i have no clue. have someone who is an expert at this teaches have to do this. or new proposals and complex rules that are coming out. those phone calls come in and we work with our constitue
to the shake weight, i need that, too. jennifer cohen fitness expert and author of "no gym required" has it all. hello. >> hello. >> whatever you're doing, it's working. >> we can't wait to see some of these contraptions. >> some of these are very funky looking. >> why drive to to use the gym when you can just drive to use the treadmill. >> it's not a joke. >> it's not a joke. it's an alternative to an actual bicycle. you can run on this contraption. it's a little more difficult than the normal treadmill. >> you drive down the street while you're running? >> you could. you require more balance than a typical credmill. >> what does that cost? >> the cost is pretty pricey, about $2500. so, yeah. >> i'll just run outside on the street. >> that's a cheaper and safer option. >> i've seen you run. >> but it's for the bored person, i suppose. >> she's going to be the model today for the flex belt. this is fda approved and it claims that if you use it 30 minutes a day for six weeks, you'll have a six-pack. >> dell us what's happening. >> right now there's an electric pulse going through the belt pad to
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